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History Rediscovered

History Rediscovered is HSP's newest blog. Once a month, our resident historian Dr. Dan Rolph will take a deep dive into some unexplored corner of history.

8/22/17
Author: Daniel Rolph

At least seven thousand men lost their lives during the famous ‘Battle of Gettysburg,’ fought from July 1st-3rd, in 1863 in Pennsylvania during the Civil War. For quite some time, this author has been researching the elegies or mournful poetic tributes appearing in Philadelphia newspapers, in regard to soldiers of the Philadelphia Brigade, more specifically the Seventy-Second Infantry Regiment, Gettysburg Article With Brady Photo. B&W photograph shows a field with several clothed bodies lying in it.</body></html>

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